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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler 1 1 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 1 1 Browse Search
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scription book and to be sold by us only as such through our agents, and at prices appearing in our prospectus or on our circulars. Should we at any time offer or advertise this work for sale in book-stores, dry-goods stores, etc., at reduced price, or sell it to be sold, or given away as premiums for magazines, newspapers, etc., we agree to refund to each subscriber the difference between the regular retail price and such reduced price. (Signed,) A. M. Thayer and Co. Boston, Mass., Feb. 1, 1892. This guarantee, which appears in every copy, is, we believe, the first guarantee of a tangible, monetary value ever given to subscribers of subscription books, that the promises made by publishers or their agents are to be carried out. To protect our subscribers and agents, we consulted the most eminent legal talent, and in answer received the following letter from General Butler, which will doubtless be received with more than ordinary interest, containing as it does the opinion
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Nebraska, (search)
the governorship......Jan. 9, 1891 Governor Thayer surrenders possession of the executive apartments to Boyd under protest......Jan. 15, 1891 Supreme Court of the State gives a decision ousting Boyd on ground that he is an alien and reinstating Thayer......May 5, 1891 Ex-Gov. David Butler dies near Pawnee City......May 25, 1891 Eight-hour law goes into effect......Aug. 1, 1891 United States Supreme Court declares James E. Boyd to be the rightful governor of the State......Feb. 1, 1892 Public demonstration in honor of inauguration of Governor Boyd takes place at Lincoln......Feb. 15, 1892 Silver anniversary of Nebraska celebrated at Lincoln......May 25, 1892 First National Convention of People's party at Omaha nominate Weaver and Field for President and Vice-President......July 4-5, 1892 Members of the State board of public lands and buildings impeached......April, 1893 [Acquitted June 5, 1893.] Newberry law, establishing maximum railroad rates, takes